The new OPS module of BIS-6330 is based on an EPIC motherboard OPS-4920 using the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™i7 processor. System supports 1333MHz DDR3 with memory capacity up to 8G. The integrated Intel dynamic TurboBoost technology makes it possessing a superb graphic performance and supports HDMI ECE function. This module is able to connect max. 3*SATA devices and 2*Mini PCIe devices. In Addition, it supports iAMT 7.0 RemoteActive Management Technology and up to three SATA devices with two Mini PCIe expansion interface, one supporting 3G module, the other for SSD or WiFi. In terms of display, system supports DirectX 10.1, Open GL 3.0 and DID(dual independent display). Standard OPS interface can get an effective connection with computer platform and large screen display, easy to operate and maintain. The introduction of Multi-media Player System BIS-6330 by NORCO demonstrates the power of OPS in digital signage applications.
With the inception of Intel OPS in October last year, the standard is quite popular with a steady development and promotion. Jose Avalos, director of retail and digital signage for Intel's Embedded Communications group, stated, "We can imagine the Intel OPS a new and open standard, which can support a variety of external players docking with connectors, and thus easier to get better digital display solutions", "Installing digital signage equipment based on Intel architecture results in scalable digital signage networks that are easy to maintain and upgrade to fit customer requirements for lower total cost of ownership.” Avalos said. The release of the first OPS-based accessory from NEC Display also demonstrates the power of OPS in digital signage industry.
The new OPS module has passed rigorous tests and has been put into the market. Compared with the platforms of the same power consumption, this OPS module has a better performance, to easily realize the connection with computer platform and large screen display. With all the advantages announced, this module can be widely used in a broad range of digital signage applications such as retail interactive terminals, interactive screen, media player, interactive kiosks, advertisements, rail transportation, information control, etc.